Patients with Chronic Pain can Now Purchase Medical Cannabis in Minnesota

minnesotayeahAs of today in Minnesota, those with chronic pain who have a recommendation from a physician are authorized to purchase medical cannabis and cannabis products from one of the state’s eight dispensaries.

“I could just cry I’m so excited,” said Bjerke Severson, one of the first chronic pain patients to visit a dispensary in the state (she went to Bloomington clinic). “I don’t enjoy this life I have right now.”

In total, there are eight “Cannabis Patient Centers” throughout the state, located in the towns of Bloomington, Eagan, Hibbing, Minneapolis, Moorhead, Rochester, St. Cloud and St. Paul.

A full list of these locations, including their phone numbers, addresses and hours of operation, can be found on the official site for the Minnesota Department of Health, by clicking here.

1 thought on “Patients with Chronic Pain can Now Purchase Medical Cannabis in Minnesota”

  1. Mi if people have bipolar anxiety depression ADD or even ADHD won’t they be able to get help with it cuz I have really high anxiety an I used to smoke weed an that was the only thing to help


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